Cambridge

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Fitzwilliam Museum
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This is one of Britain's finest museums... the permanent collections contain remarkable antiquities. — Frommer's
IWM Duxford
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The awe-inspiring American Air Museum hangar pays homage to US WWII servicemen, hosting the largest collection of American civil and military aircraft outside the USA. — Lonely Planet
King's College Chapel
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Based on Sainte-Chapelle, the 13th-century royal chapel in Paris, this house of worship is perhaps the most glorious flowering of Perpendicular Gothic in Britain. — Fodor's
The Polar Museum, Scott Polar Research Institute
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At the Scott Polar Research Institute, you can pore over exhibits relating to the Arctic and Antarctic, including Sir Ernest Shackleton's expedition diaries from 1902 to 1922. — Travel + Leisure
King's College
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Founded in 1441 by Henry VI, King's College has a magnificent late-15th-century chapel that is its most famous landmark. — Fodor's
St. John's College
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If you walk through to the riverbank, you can stroll along the Backs and photograph the elegant bridge. — Fodor's
Trinity College
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Trinity was founded in 1546 by Henry VIII whose statue stands over the Great Gate. It is the largest Cambridge college. — Michelin Guide
Pembroke College
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The first building completed by Wren and the first Classical edifice in Cambridge (1663-1666), the chapel of Pembroke College was commissioned by Matthew Wren, Bishop of Ely. — Michelin Guide
Queens' College
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A complicated contraption for telling time by the moon.  — Atlas Obscura
Trinity Hall
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Not one of the university's standout buildings, Trinity Hall does have one of its most quintessential viewpoints. — Fodor's
Whipple Museum of the History of Science
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A treasure trove of astronomical, mathematical, and scientific instruments at Cambridge University.  — Atlas Obscura
Emmanuel College
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The only surviving buildings of the Dominican Priory are the Hall and Old Library, with Tudor façades, forming the south and east sides of New Court. — Michelin Guide
Corpus Christi College
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Founded in 1352, Corpus Christi is the second smallest college in Cambridge but nonetheless the most interesting from a historical standpoint. — Michelin Guide
Great St Mary's Church
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The rebuilding of the university church began in 1478 in late Perpendicular Gothic and was not completed until 1608 when Robert Grumbold's grandfather, also called Robert, added the tower with an extremely fine view. — Michelin Guide
Jesus College
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Founded in 1496, Jesus was a former Benedictine convent, built around the Cloister and 12C Priory Chapel — Michelin Guide
Magdalene College
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Confusingly pronounced "maud-lin," Magdalene College was a lodging for Benedictine monks for more than 100 years before the college was founded in 1542. — Fodor's
Mathematical Bridge
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The flimsy-looking wooden construction joining the two halves of Queens' College was first built in 1749 — Lonely Planet
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